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Nov
21
Maritess + Carlos: A Bright Pink California Restaurant Wedding By Sarina Love Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Sarina Love Photography

After 10 years of dating, Maritess and Carlos were engaged underneath the fireworks on a private boat ride in Walt Disney World’s Seven Seas Lagoon. They opted to have an unplugged ceremony, meaning no cameras or phones. ”I loved the Wayfarers Chapel and always wanted to get married there,” Maritess said. “Carlos thought it was cool when he saw the chapel featured in the wedding episode of the TV show The O.C.” Maritess wore a sweetheart lace wedding gown by Galina Signature with her hair half-up with loose curls. Her favorite color is pink, hence whey it was used throughout the decor, including the bouquets. Carlos and his groomsmen wore classic black tuxedos. However, the groom expressed his unique sense of style with a pair of silver loafers. Following the ceremony, the reception was held at the Cheesecake Factory, where the couple had their first date. Packaged sweets were placed at each place setting. Don’t you love the chevron labels? See the full board here.

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Nov
19
Jacqueline + Stephen: A Pink and Gray Chevron Missouri Loft Wedding By Kristina Cipolla Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Kristina Cipolla Photography

Jacqueline and Stephen were married at Washington University’s Catholic Student Center in St. Louis, Mo. The bride wore a ball gown with crystal embroidery and floral detailing and silver peep-toe pumps. Standing next to her were her bridesmaids wearing an an array of gray dresses in different fabrics. Following the ceremony, the newlyweds posed in front of city landmarks for portraits. Guests from A-J were escorted to their seats from a vintage window, pink and white ranunculus centerpieces sat atop chevron table linens, and graphic table numbers. The menu included Italian and Southern barbecue, and the signature cocktail was “just peachy.” A combination of vodka, peach liqueur, lemonade, and cranberry juice. The best part? Dessert, which was mini gooey butter cakes! See the full board here.

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Oct
28
Lydia + Bill: A Bright Navy Blue and Yellow Summer Washington Manor Wedding By Genesa Richards Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photo: Genesa Richards Photography

Lydia and Bill were married in an outdoor ceremony under a wooden “Holy Matrimony” sign at Laurel Creek Manor. The bride showed off her curves in a complimenting, body-hugging Maggie Sottero ball gown and accessorized with a pearl necklace. Bridesmaids wore navy blue dresses and carried yellow rose bouquets while groomsmen wore gray suits with navy blue ties and yellow craspedia boutonnieres. Chevron was used throughout their reception decor, including the escort cards and linens. At each place setting, guests were given “Mad Libs” -esque games where they could share marriage advice. Tables were even named after the couple’s favorite football players! See the full board here.

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May
09
Tara + Harris: A Crafty Virginia Winery Wedding by Aaron Watson Photography
Posted by Sarah Zlotnick. Filed under Real Weddings

From the Peruvian cookie favors to over 400 yards of ribbon bunting, you will not believe the amount of personal crafting time Tara, Harris, and family put into this cheerful Virginia wedding. The adorable couple (who met at a summertime “nerd school” between their junior and senior years of high school) enlisted nearly everyone they knew in creating the unique details of their special day, and the results are beyond impressive. Special thanks to Aaron Watson for sending these fun images over! We’re delighted to share the story.

The DIYing started with the ceremony. Harris’s father built, stained, and assembled the arch under which they exchanged vows. The moss initials were a surprise gift from the bride’s mother and aunt—the duo assembled them by covering paper maché letters purchased at a local craft store with moss mats. The ceremony fans (which depict the wedding party in cute cartoons) were designed by a family friend, printed at OfficeMax, and also assembled by the bride’s mother and aunt.

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